prints a constant value as a hexadecimal double precision number
- constant represents a constant
- Prints a constant value as a hexadecimal number on 16 hexadecimal
digits. The hexadecimal number represents the integer equivalent to
the 64 bit memory representation of the constant considered as a
double precision number.
If the constant value does not hold on a double precision number, it
is first rounded to the nearest double precision number before
displayed. A warning is displayed in this case.
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Warning: the given expression is not a constant but an expression to evaluate. A faithful evaluation to 100 bits will be used.
Warning: rounding down occurred before printing a value as a double.